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Our Purpose

REHABVET CLINIC is Singapore’s first full-fledged animal rehabilitation clinic. With our team of well-trained and experienced veterinarians and therapists, the comprehensive facility offers the widest range of physical therapies. We aim to provide your pets with complementary support physiotherapies that enable them to live a pain free and good quality of life. Check out the Services, Modalities and Patient Stories that we offer at RehabVet.



Bianca PolakBianca Polak
05:48 25 Jan 23
My nearly 17 year old cat Niko is under treatment for arthritis and the team at RehabVet is just wonderful.They make my cat feel at ease and take the treatments as a spa day. She is doing much better and walking around the house again and even able to jump up to the bed.
Elaine GohElaine Goh
09:45 21 Jan 23
Has been with rehab for a few years! Am so glad that my old boys are under their care! They really take great care with them. Really appreciate their help through out these years. Thank you Sean, Tania, Angeline, Sonia and team tehab!! ❤️
Chan JunweiChan Junwei
06:11 16 Oct 22
My dog look forward to her weekly rehab session. Her movement is much more fluid and she is gaining muscle strength as the week goes by. Special thanks for Sean for helping Truffles.
Li Yun YapLi Yun Yap
12:22 27 Aug 22
Dodo has been attending the sessions for nearly 2 months and he definitely has benefited from the sessions. We see that he is more active and his movements has improved alot too. Thanks to all of the friendly and dedicated staff who always showered Dodo care and love!
Victoria WoonVictoria Woon
09:43 17 Aug 22
I've been bringing my dog to RehabVet for the last 6 months and it's been so beneficial for him! It's clear that the staff here put a lot of care and effort into their work, they're great with my dog and he absolutely loves going there every week. He gets super excited whenever we're on the way there, and when we're done he doesn't want to leave! Thanks to the team at RehabVet for taking such good care of Katsu!!
04:05 12 Jul 22
Stella has Luxating Patella on both kneecaps and has been going to RehabVet for the past month. Happy to say that there are improvements in her kneecap as we can see she’s a lot stronger on her hind legs during playtime. Everyone at RehabVet are also very friendly and kind to us and Stella ♥️
Pei Shan WongPei Shan Wong
12:46 04 May 22
My dog suffers from Grade 5 IVDD and we have started recovery process with rehabvet 2 months ago. The dedicated team alongside with Dr Sara makes me feel at ease that my dog will always be in good hands. Each and every member of the team shows a lot of patience, care and dedication to the dogs. Rehabvet deserves a 5 star truly.
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Hip Dysplasia​

Hip Dysplasia is a hereditary condition where the hip joint doesn't develop properly, leading to arthritis and pain that require rehab.

Cruciate Ligament

Cruciate ligament injuries an be quite severe, especially in athletes and active individuals. The knee joint contains two cruciate ligaments: the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL).

Elbow Dysplasia​

Elbow is a painful, degenerative condition often seen in large breeds. Learn about its causes and symptoms.


Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) is a painful joint condition affecting dogs, often large breeds. Explore the causes, symptoms, treatments, and the role of rehabilitation in managing this condition.


Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE) is a non-progressive condition that is characterised by the sudden onset of neurological deficits.


Intervertebral Disk Disease is a degenerative condition affecting the spinal discs, potentially leading to nerve damage, pain, and paralysis.


A degenerative joint disease caused by wear and tear, injury, or other factors, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

Degenerative Myelopathy

 A progressive neurological disorder that affects the spinal cord, leading to weakness and loss of coordination in the hind limbs, and eventually paralysis. Caused by a mutation in the SOD1 gene.

Luxating Patella

Luxating patella is a common knee issue in dogs, affecting mobility and causing discomfort. Understand its causes and symptoms

Vestibular Disease

Affecting the balance system, usually caused by inflammation or damage to the inner ear or the vestibular nerve, leading to symptoms such as dizziness, loss of balance, and abnormal eye movements.

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